The City of Westlake Village is seeking residents to fill appointed positions on its Public Safety Advisory Board. Three vacancies are currently available for appointment.
This City Council established board assists the City in addressing a wide array of public safety items. Among the boards various responsibilities, members will help promote public safety education, Neighborhood Watch group formation, review and provide recommendations on a wide range of public safety and traffic-related issues, and assist the City in its Woolsey Fire review. Along with two Councilmembers, the board is comprised of seven residents appointed by the City Council; board members serve four-year terms.
During the recent past, the Public Safety Advisory Board has helped review crime rates and service levels provided by the Sheriff’s Department, the City’s Hazard Mitigation Plan, homelessness issues, and SoCal Edison’s public safety power shutoff program to name a few.
Residents interested in applying to serve on the Public Safety Advisory Board are asked to complete a City application form. Applications may be found on the City’s website (www.wlv.org) or by contacting City Hall at (818) 706-1613. Applications are due at City Hall by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 28, 2019.
For more information, please contact City Hall at (818) 706-1613.